when curing in the damp time of year, or if you are worried of mold growing because you trimmed some botrytis from your fresh harvest. Run the temp in the drying area up to 80* for 24 hours min., 48 hours is better, this will cause most mold spores to go dormant. Finish the cure with a slow go by matching your drying temps to the RH of the drying area. This may mean adjusting heat and/or air flow as the buds dry slowly. Also remember, air works like a sponge, so heat the air and provide circulation for a couple of hours, then exhaust that warm wet air and draw in fresh. Repeat......until you have achieved the moisture content you desire. Seal in airtight container and wait a month if you can, very smooth and good burning.
Curing can make or break a great flower... curing is a most important crusade.